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Socioeconomic Status, Amygdala Volume, and Internalizing Symptoms in Children and Adolescents

Study Name Socioeconomic Status, Amygdala Volume, and Internalizing Symptoms in Children and Adolescents
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Funding Agency NIDA NIH HHS,NIMH NIH HHS
Primary Research Focus In this study, we examined associations between socioeconomic status (SES) and amygdala volume by age across childhood and adolescence to test whether socioeconomic disadvantage would be associated with larger amygdala volume at younger ages but with smaller amygdala volume at older ages. We then examined whether SES and amygdala volume were associated with children’s levels of anxiety and depression.
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Number Participants 100-499
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Protocol Ids 101, 301, 120, 201
Grant Number RC2 DA029475,T32 MH013043
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